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Powerful PM-1 Horse Clippers from Andis is Extremely Quiet

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Racine, WI (July 22, 2004) – What’s the difference between a pivot motor and a magnetic motor in a clipper? With the Andis PM-1 horse clipper, the difference is four times the power in its proprietary pivot motor. Reliable power and performance are at the top the list of reasons to use the PM-1 clipper. The Andis pivot motor is quiet, yet it easily cuts through even matted, wet hair.

“We realize that most people aren’t nearly as interested as we are in the clipper’s motor,” says Fred Koeller, Vice President of Marketing at Andis. “But the motor is what gives the clipper its power and its sustained performance, and that’s where we’ve concentrated our efforts in our PM-1 horse clipper.”

The Andis pivot motor has four times the power of an equivalent magnetic motor. The power is applied in both directions of the cutting stroke, causing stronger blade action. The pivot motor is virtually maintenance free and lasts many years, because there are few moving parts to wear out. It never needs internal oiling or power screw adjustment for changes in line voltage.

The PM-1 clipper comes with adjustable, top quality stainless-steel blades that will not rust. Its cord is heavy duty, to assure many years of use without fraying. The clipper is covered by a one year limited warranty.

Andis Company has been manufacturing handheld equipment to trim, cut, curl and dry hair since 1922. The company’s products are purchased worldwide by stylists and barbers, consumers, hotels, motels, resorts, small animal groomers and large animal groomers and shearers. To find a local distributor, call the company at 800-558-9441 or visit their Web site at www.andis.com.

Andis Pivot Motor Adjustable Clipper
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